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In this rare metaphysical excursion, seasoned writer Rachelle Rogers explores the synergy between inner and outer realms, past and present; a richly poetic journey that reflects the beauty and resilience of the human spirit.—Mindy Lewis, author of Life Inside: A Memoir
…An unusual, touching account of a woman’s search for self-acceptance.—Kirkus Reviews
…A Love Apart presents in lyric language and intelligent characterization, the idea that a profound spiritual love is a force that will not be denied…The story of the past love as it pertains to the present is like a literary pentimento—time fades to reveal beneath the surface story the beautiful and tragic one written 800 years before. And in this modern time something fine and carefully crafted is salvaged from love’s sorrow. —Gail Adams, author of The Purchase of Order
On The Blog
On Christmas eve I fell in my kitchen. My slipper sock got caught on the short head of a small nail sticking out of the wood border around the slate in the entry way in my apartment. I became reactively hysterical in that way one does in these situations—making sobbing, whaling fear sounds without actually crying tears.
A cosmic wild card has been played, and to the shock and surprise of most of the country, Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States. Before the election, no matter how grim things looked, I believed humanity was slowly slowly moving forward…